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This bronze & brass samovar is made by a company called Alenchikov & Zimin. The factory opened in 1880 and was run by Ivan Aleksandrovich and Nickolai Sergeyevich and it was the main competition to the famous Tula factory. This particular Samovar is unusual as it has numerous medal stamps including one from King Leopold II of Belgium as well as the Czar and the Central Asian exhibition of 1891 (others not yet identified). The interior was food grade electroplated tin. The brass handles have turned wood inclusions. The bronze body has a brass base and brass handles. Supplied as seen in an unpolished state(though the kettle support at the top has been cleaned at some point) to protect the medals imprinted on the body.
Height : 430 mm - 16.93 in
Width : 200 mm - 7.87 in
Diameter : 200 mm - 7.87 in
Diameter excludes handles
Archers Collectables has clarified that the 19th Century Russian Samovar (LA114476) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being late 19th Century.
In uncleaned state to protect medals from erosion. Has a slight wobble on one foot but in good overall condition otherwise.
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